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|7.5-1804||Mar 11, 2013||New Release||Since release 1503 (abrt>= 2.1.11-19.el7.centos.0.1) CentOS-7 can report bugs directly to bugs.centos.org. You can find information about that feature at this page
sudo is now capable of verifying command checksums
A Kerberos https proxy is now available for identity management
NSS no longer accepts DH key parameters < 768 nor RSA/DSA certificates with key sizes < 1024 bits, NSS also now enables TLS1.1/1.2 by default
various packages now support TLS1.1/1.2 and EC ciphers
The maximum number of SCSI LUNs has been increased
The virt-v2v command line tool is now fully supported
dd can now show transfer progress
OpenJDK7 now supports ECC for TLS connections
TPM version 2.0 driver level support has been added
tcpdump now supports nanosecond timestamps
Various updates to the networking stack (i.e. VXLANs, Data Center TCP, TCP/IP Stack, IPSec, ...)
Various atomic related packages have been updated
Update to the libATA, FCoE and DCB storage drivers
Updates to various storage, network and graphi
|6.4||Mar 11, 2013||New Release||· Microsoft Hyper-V drivers have been added to allow CentOS to be more efficient as a Virtual Machine when installed on Microsoft Hyper-V server.
· The samba4 libraries (provided by the samba4-libs package) have been upgraded to the latest upstream version to improve interoperability with Active Directory (AD) domains. If you upgrade from CentOS-6.3 to CentOS-6.4 and you have Samba in use, make sure to uninstall the samba4 package to avoid conflicts during the upgrade. samba4 is still - at least in part - considered a technology preview.
|6.3||Jul 10, 2012||New Release||· In accordance with upstream CentOS 6.3 now includes libreoffice as Office suite. The "Desktop" install group will automatically install the complete suite. If you update from a previous version of CentOS 6 using 'yum update' and have openoffice installed, the update will automatically remove openoffice and install libreoffice. See this link for further information.
· Upstream has deprecated the matahari API set for operating system management. User who choose to continue to use matahari should - as always - install the updates provided with CentOS 6.3. Matahari will not be part of future upstream releases and therefore also not of future CentOS releases. See here for more information.
· There are new tools for moving machines (both Virtual and Physical) from their current format to a Virtual KVM Machine. The packages responsible are called virt-p2v (physical to virtual) and virt-v2v (virtual to virtual).